Elegance and ease of use are often down to simplicity, not just in terms of design and aesthetics, but also features and functions. If a product only has a few features it’s usually easier to understand and operate ...
Why do so many tech companies uses illustrations in their website? Other than making a website interesting to look at, there are a few more subtle reasons.
How to choose consistent brand colours? Should we be aiming for consistency across print and screens or choosing colours that work best for each?
We recently designed and built a data portal which collects disaggregated data from multiple sources from 40 countries for Leonard Cheshire and The Department for International Development. This data is presented on the portal in a series of visualizations across 16 development indicators, grouped into the four themes of inclusive education, economic empowerment, technology/innovation and stigma/discrimination.
Now that Sketch supports colour management, should we be turning on colour management? A dive into colour management, profiles and what this means for the web
Have you embraced usability testing and begun implementing it into your design process? If not, you may have heard some rumours and opinions that might be putting you off getting started.
Hansel and Gretel used breadcrumbs to find their way out of the deep dark woods. But what if they’d have teleported straight to the witch's house?
Prototyping is an essential part of a design process, it allows us to view the big picture of a design and reiterate our ideas rapidly, finding issues and fixing them before expensive development begins. However, upon...
We all know that brand manual is an essential aspect of briefing a designer, so why do so many fall short of delivering the brand story, instead giving a set of logo usage guidelines?
After a recent deep-dive, I wanted to share a few of the more interesting points I picked up about colour and how it works between print and screen.